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Bhature – Balloon Like Perfect Bhatura Chole Recipe Secrets – CookingShooking

Hey Foodies,

Bhatura is one of the most popular dish of North India. It’s a traditionally fried variety of Indian Breads savored with Chole Masala. Made with maida, curd, baking powder and baking soda, kneaded until you get smooth and soft dough. Rolled and then deep fried until golden brown, served with Chole, hence they are always paired and called Chole Bhature. A Punjabi specialty, popular all over loved by every Indian. Let’s begin!

Recipe below!

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Tandoori Soya Chaap Tikka – Chaap Sticks Street Style Recipe – CookingShooking

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Today let’s make Tandoori Soya Chaap Tikka. A delicious vegetarian take on the tandoori chicken tikka. This versatile dish can be served as a starter; it’s made with soya pieces marinated in a heavy marinade of  rich spices, cream and butter. The uniqueness of this recipe is you can prepare this dish in tandoori style without using a tandoor. You can cook it directly over high heat and still get the same street style taste which we all crave for.

Recipe below!

 

 

 

 

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Kathi Roll Recipe – Veg Original Kathi Kebab Kolkata Egg Roll Street Style – CookingShooking

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Whether its veg or non veg, who doesn’t like a good roll. You can name it whatever you like Frankie or Wraps, but the classic name will always be Kathi Rolls. These Kathi Rolls are a popular street food originated from Kolkata. Kathi means sticks in Bengali, hence the name Kathi Rolls. These rolls are so versatile and packed with flavours. Plain Lachha Paratha stuffed with marinated grilled kebabs, served with sliced onions and green chutney. There are tons of variations to these rolls but we will go the traditional way, just as we know it. Let’s make the classic yummylicious Kathi Rolls.

Recipe below!

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Dahi Kebab Recipe – Super Soft and Creamy Veg Kabab – CookingShooking

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Kebab is a very famous appetizer in India. There are tons of recipes for non veg kebabs but what about the vegetarian’s. Not to worry, here is a recipe for the most succulent pieces of deep fried Indian vegetarian kebabs which are made with hung curd and subtle flavor of fragrant spices. Unbelievably tender and delicious famously  known as Dahi ke Kebabs.

 

Recipe below!

 

 

 

 

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5 Lassi Recipes – Easy and Different Summer Drink Flavors

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Lassi is a creamy, frothy yogurt-based drink, blended with water and sugar. Here is a Sweet Lassi recipe with a modern take on the traditional Indian favorite. Learn how to make a classic Lassi along with different variety options, to cool you on a hot sunny day. It’s a very refreshing drink and you can never go wrong making this simple and magical drink.

Recipe below!

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Kabuli Chana Biryani – One Pot Easy Dinner Recipes

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Want to try a Vegetarian Biryani of some different style Here is an easy recipe for Kabuli Chana Biryani prepared in one pot. It is a unique biryani recipe with a blend of rice and pulses, cooked together along with aromatic spices and fresh herbs. Kabuli Chana is commonly used to make Chole, but this time let’s make a one pot hearty meal with Kabuli Chana.

Recipe below!

 

 

 

 

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Paneer Biryani Recipe – Restaurant Style | Indian Main Course Recipes

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We all crave for food all the time, don’t we? This is one recipe which once you make it, you’re going to crave for it again & again..

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This Paneer Biryani is what I order everytime I’m in a restaurant, and this is what they usually give in a thali.. Super glad, I tried to make it at home, and bingo tastier results.. 😀

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Smooth, sweet flavor from birista, or fried onions & a sublte flavor from cloves.. Try it to believe it, you’re going to love it!! Let’s begin with the recipe 🙂

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That was a bit lengthy, but believe me it is easy! Make it, and let me know how it turns out for you’all 🙂

Thanks 🙂

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Mithai Patakha Parfait

Hey Foodies!

Deepavali, the festival of lights or the brightest festival of India is so close. Meeting Old friends, Family Gatherings, following traditions, Distributing Sweets, Enjoying Good Food, all that happens in this festival.

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It’s our tradition to serve sweets to guests, but why only serve the good old Motichoor Ladoos, Rasgollas, Gulab Jamun, Rasmalai, etc,.. when you can make something new? Here I bring a Patakha Recipe to you! Mithai Patakha Parfait, not the one you’d eat as breakfast but the one you would be happy to eat as dessert. What all is in? Mini Gulab Jamoons to take care of the tradition, Pepper Shrikhand for that creamy element & cut down extra sweetness with black pepper, Popcorn Chikki to bring an exotic crunch to the dessert, Nuts to make it nuttier and finally Popping Candy for all that pops in the mouth or I must say Patakha 😉 !

Why delay, here’s the video & text recipe for you!

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Mind you, I din’t eat that mug alone! 😛 That was made for 3 servings in one, as mentioned in the recipe notes you can make this in any sized glass you prefer. Shots are perfect for individual servings.. Don’t introduce the recipe to the guests and let them enjoy first and you get to see the surprise 😉

That’s all for today.. CookingShooking Team wishes you & your family a very very Happy Diwali 🙂

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